[Musikmesse] The Tascam UH-7000 is now official
Tascam will attend Musikmesse 2014 tomorrow to officially introduce its UH-7000 audio interface and standalone mic preamp.
The UH-7000, which prototype had been unveiled last year at Summer NAMM, is now in final state and will be introduced tomorrow in Frankfurt.
The UH-7000 is a 4x4 USB compact audio interface that features microphone preamp. The latter uses a new HDI (High Definition Instrumentation Architecture) design with a full balanced signal patch and can work independently in standalone mode.
- USB 2.0 audio interface
- 4 inputs and 4 outputs
- 24-bit / 192kHz audio resolution
- Burr-Brown PCM4220 AN and PCM1795 DA converters
- Built-in DSP mixer for monitoring, switchable between multitrack and stereo modes
- Line and digital outputs can be selected via the DSP mixer
- DSP effect processor can be applied to inputs, outputs or master (compressor, noise supressor, de-esser, exciter, EQ, limiter/low-cut)
- DSP Reverb send with hall, room, studio, live and plate types
- Link feature allows for controlling the volume of amplified monitors
- Two large knobs for the input levels
- Two 20-segment LED meters
- +48V phantom power
- TRS output
- 2 balanced XLR inputs and outputs
- Max output level: +24dBu
- 2 balanced TRS analog inputs
- XLR digital inputs and outputs with AES3, EBU and S/PDIF format support
- Half-rack format
- Aluminum enclosure
- RoHS Compliant
No information regarding the retail price. Visit tascam.com for full details.
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